PA security man found dead in Ramallah

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February 6, 2013 02:37

 
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The body of a Palestinian security officer was discovered on Tuesday in his apartment in Ramallah. The officer, Hassan Jalayta, 40, from Jericho, had been summoned for questioning by his commanders.

Jalayta left his family home in Jericho on Tuesday morning and was supposed to report for questioning, but did not show up, a Palestinian Authority security source said.

The source did not say why the officer, who worked for the Preventive Security Service, had been summoned for questioning in Ramallah.

His body was discovered in the morning in his rented apartment in the Um al- Sharayet neighborhood of Ramallah, the source said.


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